embed a mobileme gallery in a design, on any website

Stamped: 2009-04-11 00:00:00 -0400 | Show comments

On the right there's a new link for 'pictures', I'm embedding a mobileme gallery within the frame of the extremely wide tesoriere.com layout. It's not thaaaat terrible, but honestly, don't most people use facebook now?

The relevant code is simple, and can be found through iWeb, but to save you the trouble:

<iframe src="http://gallery.me.com/<username>" frameborder="0" scrolling="no">
</iframe>

You have to give it a big enough frame [w:855px,h:630px], or allow it to scroll.

PS. It's also hosted on MobileMe with a CNAME pointing to web.me.com from me.tesoriere.com.

tags: mobileme, osx
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